Denver Is a Best Place to Live in U.S

According to a report of U.S. News & World Report, Denver is a best place to live in U.S. as compared to the other cities in U.S.Denver apartments also have attraction for the visitors and residential but Denver also has beautiful places which make people to think about to live in Denver. Denver is ranked as the fourth most walkable downtown in US according to the Brookings Institution.

We will see how Denver city places attract people towards them. Following are few famous places description of some attractions in Denver.

City Park:

Denver also has a largest park which has flower gardens, a golf course which is also for public, awesome mountain views, several lakes and jogging trail.


Larimer Square:

Larimer Square is a best place for shopping and having fun. It is urban shopping and dining district. This place has got many of Denver’s best restaurants, dance clubs, comedy club, cafes etc. This trendy block of Victorian buildings has specialty of   boutiques and chef-driven restaurants. This square has a vibrant atmosphere whole year that is why this place is one of the top attractions of Denver.


Confluence Park:

An important history location where Denver was founded at 1858, the river park is the heart of Denver’s 85-mile bike trail network and it is surrounded by a lot of attractions. You can ride to river trolley to see sharks and there are also plays capes for kids.


Theme & Water Park:

If you want to visit theme park in Denver: there is a only park in Denver which contains two parks inside it. One side is of Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park. This park contains 53 thrill rides and looping roller coasters. The other side contains wet n wild water park with wave pools and water slides.


Pedestrian Mall – 16th Street Mall:

If you want to visit Denver’s best people-watching place or mall then here you go! 16th Street Mall is the place which has 28 outdoor cafes. This whole structure was designed by well-known architect I.M. Pei in gray and pink granite pathway. This pathway resembles the pattern of a diamondback rattle snake. If you want to visit this place you can hop on the bus because they are free to travel and stop on every corner.




The Giant Blue Bear:

There is a giant blue bear which peers into the Colorado Conventions Center’s interior, created by an artist named Lawrance Argent. This giant beer stands 40 feet tall and if you want to take a great photo, this giant blue is perfect for background.


The Children’s Museum of Denver:

Denver has a gifted place for a child that is a Children’s Museum, located in downtown Denver.  It’s a nine-acre campus that focuses on early childhood education from age eight.  It has interactive exhibits and educational programs for children to build his/her own knowledge by attending these programs.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, Arts and health are the major subjects to focus on.


These are few attractions of the Denver that people used to visit and these places made Denver an excellent city to live.